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Earl Grey/Debrief/Javano/Shivaxi/Chill Collective/Black Opps/Molekular/B Fuse/Quentin Drum & Bass


Postby darkstyle » 31 Mar 2017, 03:25

Label: Plush Recordings
Catalog Number: PLUSH100
Release Date: 21-03-2017
Format: Digital


01. Earl Grey - Malfeasance (Original Mix)
02. Debrief - Velvet Punch (Original Mix)
03. Javano - Precipitation (Original Mix)
04. Shivaxi - Resistance (Original Mix)
05. Chill Collective - XTC (Original Mix)
06. Black Opps - Stalker (Original Mix)
07. Molekular - If You Say So (Original Mix)
08. B Fuse - Station 31 (Original Mix)
09. Quentin Hiatus - Time Nest (Original Mix)
10. Thomas B - Psychedelic Reality (Original Mix)



We are proud to introduce our 100th release on Plush Recordings with a stack
of resident artists who represent the sound of this label.

Featuring the sounds of Earl Grey, Debrief, Javano, Shivaxi, Chill Collective,
Black Opps, Molekular, B:Fuse, Quentin Hiatus, and Thomas B.

Mastering by Sappo.
Promoted via and DnBradio.
Label-automation by LabelGrid.

Plush Recordings was formed in Denver Colorado and South London focusing on
soulful and deep electronic music including jungle and drum and bass. The
label was started in 2009 by Mike Shoebox [DnBradio] and Steve Balistik.

Available on Bandcamp March 14. Everywhere else March 21.

Manchester's Jim Earl Grey with his unique combination of long-form
composition and chopped up breaks has made him a personal favorite from day 1
an essential part of the sound we curate for this label. We now have 3 tracks,
1 of which will be coming out in March on PLUSH 100 and the other 2 in collab
with Jim Spratling aka BANE [Eastern Bloc Records], also out of Manchester.
Other labels you can find Earl Grey on include Inperspective Records, Subtle
Audio Recordings, Amen-talist Movement, Pinecone Moonshine, Love Love, his own
Hyperchamber Music, and more..

Bristol's Henri Rompf aka Debrief first made an appearance on Plush a mere 7
months ago and now has a brand new future-beats-jungle style track coming on
the PLUSH 100 compilation this month.

Bristol's Jack Sumarno, aka Javano, has been making a mark with his deep
rolling bass lines and atmospheric pads. He made his first appearance on PLUSH
in 2015 with two deep rollers, 'Gone Back' and 'Lost Thoughts'. Now we have a
brand new track that will appear on PLUSH100.

Stateside YT creator and gamer Roman Rhyse-Klecanda aka Shivaxi made his first
appearance on PLUSH in 2012 with his 2-part single "Afterglow". Shivaxi has
become known among his peers to carry a wide-spectrum of sounds, from calm
melodies and rolling percussion to dark and tech-influenced (his Youtube
channel is also pretty hilarious). For Plush Recordings 100th release,
featuring 10 tracks from PLUSH resident artists, Shivaxi has put forth, a
classic-sounding Reece roller, entitled "Resistance".

New Zealand producer Josh Buck aka Chill Collective has harnessed a steady
output of quality soulful and deep drum and bass music with a unique style.
Josh's first release on PLUSH came in 2016 with his "Proper Motion" EP. For
Plush 100 Josh has presented a gritty halftime track with subtle soulful
vocals to tie things together. Other labels Chill Collective has released on
include DNBB, Liquid Brilliants, C Recordings, Ekstre, Touch Tone,
4ORT.NIGHT, and Subversion.

Brazillian drum and bass producer Rick Raschilla aka Black Opps has been
making some waves appearing on Noisia Radio and getting support from top DJ's
in drum and bass like Noisia, Dj Randall, Kolectiv, Jam Thieves, Joe Ford,
Stunna, NC-17, and more. Rick's first appearance on PLUSH was in April 2016
with his 2-track single 'Uranian Billy / Divine Perspective'. His sound can be
described as deep but dark and brooding and for PLUSH 100 Rick's new track
"Stalker" brings a menacing drum track into the mix.

Stafford UK's Josiah Samuels and Joshua Bellingham -- 'Molekular' is an
ongoing project between 2 students currently based in who both take insight
from soulful and underground music. Molekular's first appearance on PLUSH was
in 2016 with the 2-track single 'Cannock / Planet Mover'. This new track for
PLUSH100 features a rolling bass heavy track which meshes well with any Drum
and Bass track.

Germany's Christian Beilfuss aka B.Fuse's first appearance on Plush was warm
and filled with funk, horns, keys, and plucked strings with a traditional drum
rhythm. Now 2 new tracks are selected for release on Plush, one of which will
be on the PLUSH100.

Quentin Hiatus Fld out of Phoenix AZ has been making music ever since he was
young. His first appearance on PLUSH was in 2012 with his "Sonic Sight" EP
showcasing Quentin's deep and melodic take on drum and bass. Quentin's track
record carries a combination of dark brooding elements and flighty symphonic
sounds tinctured with historical quotations and observation into black
culture. Even while running his own imprint, Free Love Digi, and with renowned
releases on Translation Recordings, Quentin has always been an strong early
supporter of PLUSH with a total of 3 releases so far including our favorite
single, "Hellen Keller / Our Love". For #PLUSH100, Quentin has put forth a
melodic fast-paced dance-floor track carrying remnants of rave-style synths
combined with well-executed drum fills and edits to keep thing interesting.

Stateside Tommy Brinson aka Thomas B f/k/a Tarzan has beginnings going back to
the days of Frankie Bones and the New York rave scene where he got his footing
and fell in love with breakbeat and jungle. Tommy, now living in Tucson,
shares proximity with GHAST and Quentin Hiatus [Phoenix, Free Love Digi]. With
the seeded love for jungle he got from embedding himself in the scene in the
early days, Tommy recently returned back to his raw broken-beat roots, as seen
in his first appearance on PLUSH in 2015 with his heavily praised "Cavitation
Project" LP. His music fluidly connects harmonious breaks, chords, and edits
into a structured and moody atmosphere. The new track Tommy has given us for
PLUSH100 does just that, and will be the final track on compilation as a
fitting "reset" to ground-zero giving closure to the 1 hr of music on the
compilation. In short: viibbbbes.

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